The death of Bob Woolmer, natural or mysterious?

Police in Jamaica have confirmed that they are no longer treating the death of the Pakistan cricket coach, Bob Woolmer, as murder.

Declaring that the death Bob Woolmer was of natural causes is an attempt to close the case once for all. Due to progress in medicine and forensic evidence, it’s possible to establish the nature of any death in a relatively short time, especially his body wasn’t in a state of decomposition. It’s possible to know if a person was subjected to torture, poison, asphyxia, strangling etc.

At first, his death was treated as a criminal case. Now surprisingly, it is revealed that he died of natural causes. This also needs further international police investigations into the methods used by Jamaican police in their “investigations” to establish the whole truth. Otherwise, his death will remain a mystery or simply a cover-up to avoid shocking revelations reaching high circles.

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2 Comments

  1. Bunc said,

    June 12, 2007 at 6:51 pm

    Hi Abdelilah,
    This is one of those events that the conspiracy folk are going to have fun with for years to come.

    It sounds now to me as though there was a very poor intial investigation but the suspicion that his death was murder will probably continue to linger. You know how the internet loves a good conspiracy so I think this will run and run and run.

  2. Abdelilah Boukili said,

    June 12, 2007 at 7:00 pm

    Hi Bill,
    Thanks for your comment.It is also sad that the death of a person becomes sensational news or a material for a based-on-real-events thriller.


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